Advanced Market for Advanced Technologies
Japanese shipowners and shipyards have always taken a long term vision to ensure their long term viability. It involves developing and investing in advanced technologies that enable them to stay ahead of the competition and to weather market disruption. Consequently the Japanese market offers abundant opportunities for international suppliers of innovative products and technologies in marine equipment, parts and components, as well as products and services for shipbuilding and vessel operation. Every two years, Japan’s maritime industry gathers at Sea Japan to inspect the latest developments and to discuss strategy and investment. Make sure your products and services are part of the discussion. Exhibit at Sea Japan 2018.
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Inmarsat sets the standard in maritime communications with the world’s most advanced commercial global mobile satellite network. With a rich heritage spanning more than 35 years, Inmarsat enables the maritime industry to stay connected with its highly-reliable broadband satellite network and its range of leading voice and data services. Driving innovation in communications, Inmarsat is continually investing in new technology to shape the future of the connected ship and build maritime communities. When it matters most, thousands of vessels depend on Inmarsat to enhance operational efficiency, promote crew welfare and maximise safety at sea.
StormGeo is a global provider of advanced analytics and meteorological services delivering decision support for weather sensitive operations. Since its inception, StormGeo has analyzed petabytes of data, transforming it into actionable decision guidance to help our customers manage risk and operations, control costs and increase revenue. StormGeo has a leading position in shipping, offshore oil and gas, renewable energy and business continuity solutions. StormGeo’s shipping division (formerly Applied Weather Technology) leads the industry with over 60,000 ship voyages routed annually, award winning fleet management tools and more than 6,000 ships using its BVS onboard route optimization system. Storm Geo has 23 worldwide offices of which seven are 24/7/365 operation centers spanning all geographical areas of the world.
I-Tech’s mission is to bring new dimensions to the global antifouling industry by taking a bio-technology approach to biofouling control. Based in Gothenburg, I-Tech supplies its unique barnacle-repellent ingredient Selektope® to coatings manufacturers for inclusion in marine antifouling products. When present in a marine coating, Selektope® stimulates the barnacle larvae’s octopamine receptor, keeping the larvae in swimming mode rendering them unable to attach to hard surfaces. The effects of this neurological scrambling are temporary, with the larvae returning to normal functional capacity shortly after encountering Selektope®.
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- Network with influential decision makers
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